No doubt about that, we got crushed this week pretty hard and had to setup impromptu treatment areas in corridors that have never housed hallway patients. I've seen my fair share of patient overloads but this week was the worst. The hospital being full was a big factor in that and all the rooms housing covid(+) patients means we have a lot less to work with; so there's not just a problem of where to put suspected covid-19 cases but all medical emergencies.
How does this compare to spring cases and summer cases, as far as the average patient goes? Obviously the volume is way up, but back in the summer I think I remember you remarking how the average case was more mild than the cases you were seeing in the spring.